Exactly how these proteins are made is the key to understanding why Dr. Wolfe’s formula in MyoHealth is so effective. Here’s Dr. Wolfe explaining just how your body creates protein.
When your body doesn’t ingest the essential amino acids it needs, it will start breaking down skeletal muscle to maintain vital organs and other functions. Your skeletal muscle is the body’s reservoir for essential amino acid when dietary sources are lacking.
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In a series I presented called What If? brings together the idea that if we learnt more about this intricate machine we call the human body. I wanted to share with you in a short video how important it is to understand that machine.
The human body is made up of a head, neck, torso, two arms and two legs. – The average height of an adult human is about 5 to 6 feet tall. – The human body is made to stand erect, walk on two feet, use the arms to carry and lift, and has opposable thumbs (able to grasp). This video explores the following parts of the human body system: – Circulatory System (heart, blood, vessels) – Respiratory System (nose, trachea, lungs) – Immune System (many types of protein, cells, organs, tissues) – Skeletal System (bones) – Excretory System (lungs, large intestine, kidneys) – Urinary System (bladder, kidneys) – Muscular System (muscles) – Endocrine System (glands) – Digestive System (mouth, oesophagus, stomach, intestines) – Nervous System (brain, spinal cord, nerves) – Reproductive System (male and female reproductive organs)
For many years I have believed that food was the cause of illness and was also it’s healer. How true was it? Absolutely right! I saw the changes in my family in just a short few years and couldn’t understand why. This video might answer some of the questions.
How can I repay you? You have done so much for me.
It gives you the warm fuzzies when someone thanks you for being there for them when they really needed help with life. This young man has now travelled well since our first introduction he stands proud as a father to his son and with the world in front of him.
He reminds me of his gratitude and thanks and there was my response, it was simple. “In life there is no pay back for what someone has done for you.
The real pay back is when someone needs your help in life, stand up and walk with them and show them that life again. You were shown, the rest is time and.. if and when it happens. If you do, that is pay back.
I have spent a lifetime learning about the human body and the diseases that can, and will, come to get you at some stage in life. It makes no difference how well we take care of our bodies the ultimate end will be with a disease of some sort that will halt us in our lives to think, “What Just Happened?” Mine was cancer. Imagine you get confronted with getting told you don’t have too long to live. You have gone from a person with so much determination to start a new life in a new city, in a new state to a person who was now fighting for life and with three to six months to live. Certainly makes you stop and think, “What just happened? Why Me?”
Before Chemo I was as healthy as could be and on my way to Brisbane from Adelaide with my partner to set up a new music school and he was going to work in the indigenous community but cancer got in the way in late 2012.
Even with a smile after ICU for 10 nights and 11 days getting told they had to bring me back twice because I almost never made it back. Tough times but I had to keep a positive attitude, I knew I had something to say.
Now putting chemo behind me after eight years there is a move in my life towards sharing all the learning with regards to living an awesome life as healthy as nature planned for as long as the body will allow naturally.
In that time of going through the start and now eight years later of chemotherapy I came to realise that there was another way, as I was told as a child, to heal many diseases without the need for either pharmaceuticals and/or surgery. My research for thirty plus years has now shown me that I was right all the way along about how important nutrition and the understanding of it was. Why it was hidden from us all along. Well! Not so much hidden but not taught as a basic of life and now all I want to do is share what I have come to learn with as many as I possibly can.
Helping others has always been at the fore front of everything I do or have done in my life and I am certain I will continue to do so until the day I am no more.
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Our Plan – Connecting People.
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After spending a lifetime looking at and practising holistic healing comes a documentary like this. Call it faith in mother nature, call it an old art but healing is as pure as one of Mother Nature’s greatest creations, the human body. I have always been taught the human body is more resilient than we have been told and if the holistic healers of today to the holistic healers of ancient times knew this, why was this learning, this form of healing blacklisted? The answer has been pretty clear since the first medicine modern man had faith in and that was the aspirin.HEAL, the documentary goes into in-depth look at the world today and where we are going wrong as a race, as a species.Take time out, download to watch but my suggestion is but it. At $9.99 US it will be a great add to your library it is that good.https://youtu.be/rdNWn6BwU8s